Feter, Green Win 10th Gold Star 5K

by Clay Shaw

YORK, PA, MAY 31, 2021—Chris Teter led five fellow teenagers around the Gold Star 5K course at  Penn State York to win in 18:04.  Cole Harris was second in 18:11.  Drew Stinson was third in 18:27.  Kudos to my grandson, Liam George, 13, who placed eighth in 20:26 and won his 14 and under age group. Jon Fox was sixth overall and top Master in 20:14.

Hayley Green of York won the women’s overall in 21:47.  Nicole Register of Jacobus was second in 22:41.  Lynn Fuhrman of York was third in 22:50.   Heather Roe was top Master in 22:55 and was fourth overall. 109 runners finished the 5K event that benefits the York Gold Star Memorial and gardens.  The race started in 2011, and is directed by Jeff Hines and Patti Stirk.

Top Women

  1. 21:47 Hayley Green 15
  2. 22:41 Nicole Register 17
  3. 22:50 Lynn Fuhrman 34
  4. 22:55 Heather Roe 42
  5. 23:18 Janel Kinard 31
  6. 23:46 Renee Green 33
  7. 24:52 Meagan Duck 35
  8. 25:51 Ruth Richards 32
  9. 26:04 Allison Keller 17
  10. 26:08 Jennifer Eley 37

Top Men

  1. 18:04 Chris Feter 19
  2. 18:11 Cole Harris 19
  3. 18:27 Drew Stinson 19
  4. 18:44 Ayden Krall 17
  5. 18:51 Matthew Getz 18
  6. 20:14 Jon Fox 43
  7. 20:22 Jonathan Ferguson 41
  8. 20:26 Liam George 13
  9. 21:09 Michael Womelsdorf 35
  10. 21:18 Andrew Lloyd 11
Gold Star 5K start 2021. The race made its debut in 2011 on Memorial Day.
Chris Feter #420 was the 2021 Gold Star 5K winner. In the lead pack are Drew Stinson #418, Ayden Krall #444, Matthew Getz (white shirt), and Cole Harris #345.
Liam George of York placed 8th overall in 20:26, and won the 14 and under age group. Go Grandson Go !
Hayley Green of York wins the Gold Star 5K in 21:47.
Janel Kinard of York was 5th woman in 23:18. I did my best to include some flags in the photos.
Renee Green of York and the Flying Feet team was 6th woman in 23:46. Mother and daughter did well at the Gold Star 5K.
Janice Wright of Pylesville, MD pushing son Matthew with help from friends Mark and Christina Beaverson.


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